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Mountain top

I'm sitting around with some of my old karori youth group crew at the moment and we have being talking about what we have given up for lent. Allana mentions that she has given up 15 minutes of sleep every morning to spend time with God. I remark that she will be a very spiritual person at the end of lent (and secretly feel convicted). Brad then says; Shesh, that is one very high mountain to fall from. (brad has given up the very spiritual act of wearing shoes)

Hehe, classic call. I love my slightly cynical but wondefully honest k town crew.
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“Mountain top”

  1. Blogger Sir H C Llenrad Says:

    That's hardly funny.

    Good on you for posting it.

  2. Anonymous Anonymous Says:

    brad wore shoes the other day lol

  3. Blogger P-Style Says:

    Give up something that is morally/ spiritually neutral so that returning to it brings to pangs of conviction. That's my theory.

  4. Blogger P-Style Says:

    Should have read "no pangs of conviction" . .